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FRAMAG Industrieanlagenbau GmbH

Neukirchner Str. 9, 4873 Frankenburg
Austria
Telephone +43 7683 5040-0
Fax +43 7683 5040-86
office@framag.com

Hall map

METEC 2019 hall map (Hall 5): stand F18

Fairground map

METEC 2019 fairground map: Hall 5

Contact

Christian Pachler

Phone
+43768350400

Email
office@framag.com

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Plant and equipment for processing prime and raw materials
  • 01.08  Scrap preparation plants
  • 07  Plant and equipment for shaping of steel
  • 07.14  Finishing lines

Our products

Product category: Scrap preparation plants, Finishing lines

Special Purpose Machines

In the field of special purpose machines, we develop, design and produce systems according to customer specifications.

Starting with the development design, where the layout of the machine is defined. Parallel to this, static and dynamic FE analyses are carried out to show the functional capability of the subsequent system as early as the planning phase so that optimizations can take place in the early stages.

If the customer is satisfied with the preparatory work, the detailed design takes place, from which production and welding drawings and cutting data are then created.

Both the assembly of the machine parts and the complete fitting of a system with the control and electrics can be carried out by framag. This means that we deliver "turnkey" special purpose machines.

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Product category: Scrap preparation plants, Finishing lines

HYDROPOL®

 
Modern mechanical engineering is developing in one direction: increased productivity.

For all modern mechanical engineers and machine developers, the focus is therefore on increasing the cutting parameters and the machining depth. Even the smallest influences can cause malfunctions in the production process. The result is then increased tool costs, maintenance costs, poorer tool properties and a reduced service life of the entire machine tool.

The correct selection of the machine base is therefore the cornerstone for bringing the interaction between the machine frame and moving parts to the fore. We offer a wide range of possibilities with our machine founations filled with concrete (HYDROPOL® ).
 

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Product category: Scrap preparation plants, Finishing lines

Clamping Plates

Development and test procedures for new engines, drive units and gears are constantly growing with the requirements. Whether in motor racing, for series-production vehicles or in the fields of aeronautical engineering, roller bearings, generators or shipbuilding. With HYDROPOL® clamping plate fields or test stand structures, natural frequencies can be damped easily with high dynamic loads and the quality of testing is significantly improved. The HYDROPOL® base frames are adapted according to your specific requirements and the natural frequency of the clamping plates is coordinated with the frequencies of the test specimen. We will be happy to advise you in the planning phase, as large investments in the foundation work can often be saved with the correct use of the base frames.

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About us

Company details

1979 framag was founded as a daughter of Lenzing AG. In the beginning only machine parts where produced.

 

To expand the product range framag was cooperating with Messer Griesheim Germany. As a result in 1996 the field of Steel Mill Machinery was founded. Since that time framag is a strong partner for the steel industry. In 1986 framag started with the development of machine foundations to absorbe vibrations of machine tools. Stadily advancement of the construction materials leaded to a special compound material called HYDROPOL®. So framag became some well-known customers in the field of machine tool industrie.

 

The cooperation with Mannesmann Demag Meer Germany leaded to the development ouf big sawing machines for steel treatment. We also enlarge our engineering capacity stadily. Our technicians use 3D models for the finite-elemente-simulation process. So we can consider this results in our construction process to avoid dynamic and thermal deformations of machine parts.

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